As the winter weather rolls in, so does the 2017-2018 basketball season.
With record breaking numbers at the Cameron check station during opening weekend, only 460 hunters passed through the final weekend, and only 57 had game, resulting in a 12 percent success rate for deer and elk.
Volleyball all state and all conference honors have been awarded to players from across the county, including Ennis, Harrison and Twin Bridges.
Though the Madison County Solid Waste Board did not vote on the proposed three year plan at their Nov. 16 meeting, the board is moving forward with addressing safety recommendations for all Madison County transfer sites.
Their mission is to “serve our community by volunteering our time with energy, skills and knowledge by supporting Madison Valley Medical Center’s staff, patients and visitors to provide excellence in healthcare.”
It was a similar scenario to the 2016 class C volleyball championship game, only this time, Ennis had the upper hand.
Two Madison County teams were in Manhattan Christian last week, battling for one of two spots to represent district 12C at the state volleyball tournament. The Ennis Mustangs, who took the district title, soared to the championship match on Nov. 4, while the Twin Bridges Falcons fought their way to a fifth place finish.
“I feel like we are finally clicking on all cylinders,” said Ennis head coach Chris Hess, following the Mustangs’ playoff win Nov. 4 against Belt. The boys in green amassed more than 300 rushing yards, while stopping the Huskies’ running game completely, which propelled them to a 72-52 win on the road.
Wayne Black is no stranger to the communities in the Madison Valley. As the owner of Ennis’ local hardware store since 1980, Black has been catering to residents’ needs for a while.
The 12C district volleyball tournament commenced over the weekend and all four Madison County teams participated, but only two earned a spot at divisionals.